About

Swindon College offers the widest range of full-time courses in the area with a mix of learning and training; preparing students both for employment and for university study. We also offer excellent success and progression rates.

Our industry-standard facilities – including engineering, construction, hospitality and catering, hairdressing, beauty and art and design – make us the first choice for those considering vocational (work-related) courses in the region.

Our new purpose-built construction centre also now provides excellent facilities for our brickwork and plastering students on our main campus at North Star. 

At Swindon College we put students first. We are large enough to offer a full range of courses and facilities but small enough to care about individuals. All students have the benefits of a personal tutor and a team of highly-experienced professional teaching staff.

We offer a range of courses at different levels. Many of our students enter further education programmes, achieve and then progress on to full-time higher education courses here at the college or at universities around the country. Swindon College offers university-level courses at HND/C, Foundation Degree, and BA (Hons) Degree.

The college wants to ensure that you find the right course for you and our friendly student services team is here to assist you with your decision. You will be fully supported throughout your course and in every aspect of college life during your time with us.

Full Time Courses

Hairdressing Level 2 Technical Qualification

A course for students who wish to train in the hairdressing industry. Studying subjects including workshops, salon sessions, information sessions and tutorials. You can also take part in hair shows, competitions and visits to trade exhibitions.

Entry Requirements
2 Years - 4 GCSEs at grade 2 or equivalent Level 1 / Entry 3 qualification.
1 Year - 3 GCSEs at grade 3 or equivalent Level 1/2 qualification.

Fees Information
The course fees are listed in the course information box below. You could be entitled to have your fees waived if you are aged 19-23 and do not have a full level 2 qualification or you are aged 24+ and unemployed. Please contact Students Services at Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1DY. Tel 01793 491591 or e-mail [email protected] for details.

What do I need to bring?
Notepad and pen. *See under fees. You may be required to supply models/clients for practice/treatments on during sessions.

Assessment/Exam information
This programme follows a series of units that encompass all the information and practical work required by the Awarding Body VTCT.

A portfolio of evidence is obtained by completing practical services, assignments and written/oral questions.

Other Information
We aim to achieve the highest professional standards. Our staff expertise and learning programmes have earned Swindon College the best reputation in the South West of England. The constant demand for our college leavers from commercial salon owners is proof of the quality that we deliver.

All classes are led by experienced and well qualified staff, whose main aim is to lead, guide and mentor students through their course, enabling and encouraging them to learn, expand their knowledge and maximise their individual potential.

What can I do next?
Level 3 Hairdressing or an Apprenticeship

Qualification Description
NVQ Level 2 in Hairdressing

Level 2 Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

This course is aimed at people employed in a commercial hairdressing salon. The programme of study is modular and concentrates on technical knowledge and practical skills development. The majority of the practical training and assessment is completed in the workplace.

We aim to provide a wide variety of experience including:

• Competition work
• Demonstrations
• Manufacturers’ seminars
• Visits to trade shows

Mandatory units:

• Consultation
• Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp
• Cut hair using a range of techniques to create a variety of looks
• Style and finish hair using a range of techniques to create a variety of looks
• Colour and lighten hair using a range of techniques

Optional Units (choose one):

• Perming hair
• Hair relaxing treatments and techniques
• Hair extension services

Entry Requirements

The Apprenticeship is open to those aged 
16+ in suitable employment who hold 
GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade D or above in English and Maths. 
For exams taken 2017 onwards you will need GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 3 or above in English and Maths. 

Fees Information
Students will need to provide a textbook, tools and equipment for practical work. A list of suggested equipment is available. Students have the opportunity to attend outside activities such as demonstrations, competitions and exhibitions. Trip costs will all need to be met by the student or their employer.

What do I need to bring?
Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email [email protected] on 01793 498208 or email [email protected]

Assessment/Exam Information
The Hairdressing and Beauty Industry 
Authority (HABIA) set the standards of hairdressing NVQ’s. 
Assessment is continuous throughout the course and is carried out in the workplace and at college. Evidence for your qualification is gained through observation of work, assignments, and photographic evidence. 
There will be a pass/fail End Point Assessment. 

Other Information
You will be working toward VTCT Level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals (Hairdressing) 

If required you may also complete: 
• Functional Skills in English (Level 2) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2) 

This course is based at North Star where you will receive expert tuition from well qualified and experienced staff. 
A Training Co-ordinator will support you throughout your training, through regular work based review meetings. 
As a member of Swindon College apprentices will be able to benefit from the range of services and facilities it has to offer, such as: 

• Library and Learning Resource Centre 
• Student Enrichment Centre 
• The Restaurant 
• Sports Therapy Clinic 
• Osteopathy Clinic 
• Little Stars Nursery 
• Counselling 
• Beauty Therapy Salon 
• Hairdressing Salons

What can I do next?
Progression to the Advanced 
Apprenticeship is subject to trade test. 
This course provides a good basis for careers in: 
• Technician work for manufacturing company 
• Media Work 
• Salon management 
• Teaching certificate for a career as a College Lecturer or Trainer. 

Qualification Description
On the successful completion of course the student will be awarded an 
Apprenticeship covering: 
• VTCT Level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals (Hairdressing) 
Also, if required: 
• Functional Skills in English (Level 1) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 1)

Level 3 Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

The Advanced Apprenticeship is suitable for hairdressers who wish to enhance their styling and technical skills, advance their qualifications and who wish to take on more Salon Management responsibility. The course covers the following areas:

• Ensure own actions reduce risks to Health & Safety
• Promote additional products or services to clients
• Provide hairdressing consultation services
• Create a variety of looks by using a combination of cutting techniques
• Develop and enhance your creative hairdressing skills
• Style and dress long hair
• Provide colour correction services
• Colour hair using a variety of techniques.

Entry Requirements
The Apprenticeship is open to those aged 16+ in suitable employment who hold GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above in English and maths. For exams taken 2017 onwards you will need GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 4 or above in English and Maths.

Fees Information
Students will need to provide a textbook, tools and equipment for practical work. A list of suggested equipment is available. Students have the opportunity to attend outside activities such as demonstrations, competitions and exhibitions. Trip costs will all need to be met by the student or their employer.

What do I need to bring?
Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email [email protected] on 01793 498208 or email [email protected]

Assessment/Exam Information
The Hairdressing and Beauty Industry
Authority (HABIA) set the standards of hairdressing NVQ’s.
Assessment is continuous throughout the course and is carried out in the workplace and at college.
Evidence for your qualification is gained through observation of work, assignments, photographic evidence and written exams.

Other information

•             Functional Skills in English (Level 2)
•             Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2)
•             Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)
•             Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS) 

Other optional qualification opportunities are:

•             Manufacturer’s Product Updating Diplomas
•             Competition Participation Diplomas  

This course is based at North Star where you will receive expert tuition from well qualified and experienced staff.

A training Co-ordinator will support you throughout your training, through regular work based review meetings.

As a student of Swindon College apprentices will be able to benefit from the range of services and facilities it has to offer, such as:

•             Library and Learning Resource Centre
•             Student Enrichment Centre
•             The Restaurant
•             Sports Therapy Clinic
             Osteopathy Clinic
•             Little Stars Nursery
•             Counselling
•             Beauty Therapy Salon Hairdressing Salons

What can I do next?
Progression to the Advanced
Apprenticeship is subject to trade test.
This course provides a good basis for careers in:

• Technician work for manufacturing company
• Media Work
• Salon management
• Teaching certificate for a career as a College Lecturer or Trainer

Qualification Description
On the successful completion of course the student will be awarded an Advanced

Apprenticeship covering:

• NVQ Diploma in Hairdressing (QCF) Level 3
• Functional Skills in English (Level 2)
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2)
• Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)

Other optional qualification opportunities are:

• Manufacturer’s Product Updating Diplomas
• Competition Participation Diplomas.

Level 3 Diploma in Hairdressing

The VCTC Level 3 Diploma in Hairdressing is a technical level qualification aim at learners who are in a full time Level 3 education programme and wish to pursue a career as an employed and/or self employed hairdresser/stylist. There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification but in order to optimise their chances of success, a learner will ideally hold a Level 2 qualification or equivalent in hairdressing.

Entry Requirements
Students must hold a current L2 qualification and, ideally, be working in the industry.

Fees Information
The course fees are listed in the course information box below. You could be entitled to have your fees waived if you are aged 19-23 and do not have a full level 3 qualification or you are aged 24+ and unemployed. Please contact Students Services at Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1DY. Tel 01793 491591 or e-mail [email protected] for details. For 19+ Students you can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan to help with the cost of the course. 

What do I need to bring?
Note pad and pen. *See under fees. You may be required to supply models/clients for practice/treatments on during sessions.  All students will be expected to gather and bring in clients, however, the college will support and endeavor to help find models. All models must go through our booing system

Assessment/Exam information
Assessment of practical skills is continuous throughout the course allowing students to work at their own pace. A portfolio of evidence is obtained by completing a number of assignments and written/oral questions. 

Other Information
We aim to achieve the highest professional standards. Our staff expertise and learning programmes have earned Swindon College the best reputation in the South West of England. The constant demand for our college leavers from commercial salon owners is proof of the quality that we deliver.
All classes are led by experienced and well qualified staff, whose main aim is to lead, guide and mentor students through their course, enabling and encouraging them to learn, expand their knowledge and maximise their individual potential. 

What can I do next?
You may wish to progress onto further qualifications such as the A1 Assessors Award in a salon environment. 
Employment opportunities include; Senior Stylist, Salon Manager or Owner, Technical Demonstrators for Leading Manufacturers.

Qualification Description
Level 3 Diploma in Hairdressing

Beauty Therapy Technical Qualification

Pathways Level 2 (2 Years)/ Fast Track (1 Year)

Over recent years image and personal presentation have become increasingly important. Consequently, the skills of a highly trained beauty therapist have never been in such demand as they are now. 

This course is designed for those who wish to train for a career in beauty therapy, and gives a good overall grounding in all aspects of beauty therapy treatments. Level 2 follows the beauty specialist pathway to learn basic beauty therapy techniques such as; Facial skincare, Waxing, Manicures, Pedicures, Make up, Eye & brow treatments, Reception duties, Male skincare, Client care & communication including customer service and work experience, Maths and English.

Entry Requirements
Students should be 16 years of age or older with a good level of education. 
Level 2 requires three GCSEs at grade C or above, one in English, or completion of Level 1 Beauty Therapy, as well as a successful interview.

Fees Information
The course fees are listed in the course information box below. You could be entitled to have your fees waived if you are aged 19-23 and do not have a full level 2 qualification or you are aged 24+ and unemployed. Please contact Students Services at Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1DY. Tel 01793 491591 or e-mail [email protected] for details.

What do I need to bring?
See any extra costs. Also models/clients will be required for you to practise on and treat during sessions.

Assessment/Exam information
Continual assessment forms the basis of this course. Students will be tested regularly throughout the year, usually on a module or subject basis. This helps to build up a portfolio of evidence to prove competence and a full understanding of the underpinning knowledge of the subject. 

Practically, students are required to show competence in treating a wide range of clients and to show the ability to analyse the effects of treatments, over a period, through case studies and projects. An acceptable professional level is required in all areas in order to gain certification. Students may also be required to demonstrate their skills during a client session to an external verifier, where staff members are also monitored for their fairness and accuracy in assessing students. There will also be externally set examinations.

Other Information
Functional skills

What can I do next?
Students often progress on to Level 3 in Beauty Therapy. Completion of this course gives you the opportunity to offer a wide range of treatments, for example; in a private practice, beauty clinics, health hydro’s, as cosmetic representatives or working aboard cruise liners.

Qualification Description

L2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy

Level 3 Diploma in Massage Therapies

This course is designed for those who wish to train for a career in the art of body therapies. The course will include the origins of massage, personal health and Well Being, Body massage, Indian head massage, Pre- blended aromatherapy and Stone therapy massage. Alongside Health and Safety, anatomy, physiology and functional skills you will also be given the opportunity to complete the Award in Advanced Waxing.

Entry Requirements
Level 3 requires Level 2 Beauty Therapy and a successful interview. Students should be 16 years of age or older with a good level of education. To succeed as a beauty therapist you must have good interpersonal skills, enthusiasm and commitment. Your main aim will be to help people so you must enjoy working with the public, be a good listener, have the ability to put people at their ease and, finally, be prepared for hard work. You must be honest, but at the same time tactful, so that clients always feel better going out than when they came in.

Fees Information
The course fees are listed in the course information box below. You could be entitled to have your fees waived if you are aged 19-23 and do not have a full level 3 qualification or you are aged 24+ and unemployed. Please contact Students Services at Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1DY. Tel 01793 491591 or e-mail [email protected] for details. For 19+ Students you can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan to help with the cost of the course.

What do I need to bring?
Clients/models will be required for you to practice and treat during sessions 
Students should be prepared to find and gather their own models. However, the college will support and help to find models. The college has a booking system that all models and clients must use.

Assessment/Exam information
Continual assessment forms the basis of this course. Students will be tested regularly throughout the year, usually on a module or subject basis. This helps to build up a portfolio of evidence to prove competence and a full understanding of the underpinning knowledge of the subject. 
Practically, students are required to show competence in treating a wide range of clients and to show the ability to analyse the effects of treatments, over a period, through case studies and projects. An acceptable professional level is required in all areas in order to gain certification. Students may also be required to demonstrate their skills during a client session to an external verifier, where staff members are also monitored, for their fairness and accuracy in assessing students. There will also be externally set examinations.

Other Information
Functional skills

What can I do next?
Students often go on to work in various areas including private practice, beauty clinics, health hydro's, cosmetic houses or aboard cruise liners. 
All students will be required to work rotas in the commercial salon on other days including a Saturday morning. This will be published at the start of the programme.

Qualification Description
After completing both years, students should gain a Level 3 in Beauty Therapy. Our qualifications are fully recognised and enabling the students to gain public liability insurance; which is recommended for therapists when working on the public as clients.

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Massage Therapies

This course is designed for those who wish to train for a career in the art of body therapies. The course will include the origins of massage, personal health and Well Being, Body massage, Indian head massage, Pre- blended aromatherapy and Stone therapy massage. Alongside Health and Safety, anatomy, physiology and functional skills you will also be given the opportunity to complete the Award in Advanced Waxing.

Entry Requirements
Level 3 requires Level 2 Beauty Therapy and a successful interview. Students should be 16 years of age or older with a good level of education. To succeed as a beauty therapist you must have good interpersonal skills, enthusiasm and commitment. Your main aim will be to help people so you must enjoy working with the public, be a good listener, have the ability to put people at their ease and, finally, be prepared for hard work. You must be honest, but at the same time tactful, so that clients always feel better going out than when they came in.

Fees Information
The course fees are listed in the course information box below. You could be entitled to have your fees waived if you are aged 19-23 and do not have a full level 3 qualification or you are aged 24+ and unemployed. Please contact Students Services at Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1DY. Tel 01793 491591 or e-mail [email protected] for details. For 19+ Students you can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan to help with the cost of the course. 

What do I need to bring?
Clients/models will be required for you to practice and treat during sessions

Assessment/Exam Information
Continual assessment forms the basis of this course. Students will be tested regularly throughout the year, usually on a module or subject basis. This helps to build up a portfolio of evidence to prove competence and a full understanding of the underpinning knowledge of the subject. 
Practically, students are required to show competence in treating a wide range of clients and to show the ability to analyse the effects of treatments, over a period, through case studies and projects. An acceptable professional level is required in all areas in order to gain certification. Students may also be required to demonstrate their skills during a client session to an external verifier, where staff members are also monitored, for their fairness and accuracy in assessing students. There will also be externally set examinations.

Other Information
Functional skills

What can I do next?
Students often go on to work in various areas including private practice, beauty clinics, health hydro's, cosmetic houses or aboard cruise liners.

Qualification Description
After completing both years, students should gain a Level 3 in Beauty Therapy. Our qualifications are fully recognised and enabling the students to gain public liability insurance; which is recommended for therapists when working on the public as clients.

Apprenticeship Courses

Level 2 Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

This course is aimed at people employed in a commercial hairdressing salon. The programme of study is modular and concentrates on technical knowledge and practical skills development. The majority of the practical training and assessment is completed in the workplace. 

We aim to provide a wide variety of experience including: 
• Competition work 
• Demonstrations 
• Manufacturers’ seminars 
• Visits to trade shows 

Mandatory units: 
• Consultation 
• Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp 
• Cut hair using a range of techniques to create a variety of looks 
• Style and finish hair using a range of techniques to create a variety of looks 
• Colour and lighten hair using a range of techniques 

Optional Units (choose one): 
• Perming hair 
• Hair relaxing treatments and techniques 
• Hair extension services

Entry Requirements
The Apprenticeship is open to those aged 
16+ in suitable employment who hold 
GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade D or above in English and Maths. 

For exams taken 2017 onwards you will need GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 3 or above in English and Maths. 

Fees Information
Students will need to provide a textbook, tools and equipment for practical work. A list of suggested equipment is available. Students have the opportunity to attend outside activities such as demonstrations, competitions and exhibitions. Trip costs will all need to be met by the student or their employer.

What do I need to bring?
Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email [email protected] on 01793 498208 or email [email protected]

Assessment/Exam information
The Hairdressing and Beauty Industry 
Authority (HABIA) set the standards of hairdressing NVQ’s. 
Assessment is continuous throughout the course and is carried out in the workplace and at college. Evidence for your qualification is gained through observation of work, assignments, and photographic evidence. 

There will be a pass/fail End Point Assessment. 

Other Information
You will be working toward VTCT Level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals (Hairdressing) 

If required you may also complete: 
• Functional Skills in English (Level 2) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2) 

This course is based at North Star where you will receive expert tuition from well qualified and experienced staff. A training Co-ordinator will support you throughout your training, through regular work based review meetings. 

 As a member of Swindon College apprentices will be able to benefit from the range of services and facilities it has to offer, such as: 
• Library and Learning Resource Centre 
• Student Enrichment Centre 
• The Restaurant 
• Sports Therapy Clinic 
• Osteopathy Clinic 
• Little Stars Nursery 
• Counselling 
• Beauty Therapy Salon 
• Hairdressing Salons

What can I do next?
Progression to the Advanced Apprenticeship is subject to trade test. 
This course provides a good basis for careers in: 
• Technician work for manufacturing company 
• Media Work 
• Salon management 
• Teaching certificate for a career as a College Lecturer or Trainer. 

Qualification Description
On the successful completion of course the student will be awarded an 
Apprenticeship covering: 
• VTCT Level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals (Hairdressing) 
Also, if required: 
• Functional Skills in English (Level 1) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 1)

Level 3 Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

The Advanced Apprenticeship is suitable for hairdressers who wish to enhance their styling and technical skills, advance their qualifications and who wish to take on more Salon Management responsibility. The course covers the following areas: 

• Ensure own actions reduce risks to Health & Safety 
• Promote additional products or services to clients 
• Provide hairdressing consultation services 
• Create a variety of looks by using a combination of cutting techniques 
• Develop and enhance your creative hairdressing skills 
• Style and dress long hair 
• Provide colour correction services 
• Colour hair using a variety of techniques. 

Entry Requirements
The Apprenticeship is open to those aged 
16+ in suitable employment who hold 
GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above in English and maths. 

For exams taken 2017 onwards you will need GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 4 or above in English and Maths. 

Fees Information
Students will need to provide a textbook, tools and equipment for practical work. A list of suggested equipment is available. Students have the opportunity to attend outside activities such as demonstrations, competitions and exhibitions. Trip costs will all need to be met by the student or their employer.

What do I need to bring?
Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email [email protected] on 01793 498208 or email [email protected]

Assessment/Exam information
The Hairdressing and Beauty Industry 
Authority (HABIA) set the standards of hairdressing NVQ’s. 

Assessment is continuous throughout the course and is carried out in the workplace and at college. 

Evidence for your qualification is gained through observation of work, assignments, photographic evidence and written exams. 

Other Information
• Functional Skills in English (Level 2) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2) 
• Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR) 
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)  
 

Other optional qualification opportunities are: 
• Manufacturer’s Product Updating Diplomas 
• Competition Participation Diplomas   

This course is based at North Star where you will receive expert tuition from well qualified and experienced staff. A training Co-ordinator will support you throughout your training, through regular work based review meetings. 

As a student of Swindon College apprentices will be able to benefit from the range of services and facilities it has to offer, such as: 
• Library and Learning Resource Centre 
• Student Enrichment Centre 
• The Restaurant 
• Sports Therapy Clinic 
• Osteopathy Clinic 
• Little Stars Nursery 
• Counseling 
• Beauty Therapy Salon Hairdressing Salons 

What can I do next?
Progression to the Advanced 
Apprenticeship is subject to trade test. 

This course provides a good basis for careers in: 
• Technician work for manufacturing company 
• Media Work 
• Salon management 
• Teaching certificate for a career as a College Lecturer or Trainer 

Qualification Description
On the successful completion of course the student will be awarded an Advanced 

Apprenticeship covering: 
• NVQ Diploma in Hairdressing (QCF) Level 3 
• Functional Skills in English (Level 2) 
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 2) 
• Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR) 
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS) 

Other optional qualification opportunities are: 
• Manufacturer’s Product Updating Diplomas 
• Competition Participation Diplomas

Beauty Higher Education and Access
Diploma in Advanced Beauty Therapy (VTCT)
Students will gain knowledge and theoretical understanding of a variety of beauty treatments and applications. This enables employment as advanced beauty therapists focussing on areas such as mircrodermabrasion, laser and light applications for hair removal and skin rejuvenation. Students may also move into supervisory and managerial roles within the sector.

Entry Requirements
VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Beauty Therapy or Complementary Therapies, Students who do not have GCSE English and Maths A* - C will be required to take these as additional study.

What do I need to bring?
Models/Clients for assessments. 
All level 4 students will be required to work rotas on other days across the week and on a Saturday morning. 
These rotas will enable students to continue their skills at level 3 as qualified therapists whilst learning the level 4 skills in advanced beauty therapy. 
All students will be required to complete salon management duties as part of the course.

Assessment/Exam Information
Students will be assessed using a range of assessment methods which are dependent on the unit content, and could include written assignments, essays, reports, presentations, projects, case studies, research, exams and practical observation.

Other Information
- Optional Units (Credit Value required Minimum 10, Maximum 33. Sub-components required minimum 1, Maximum 5.) 
- F/601/4459 - Cultural, social and technological influences on beauty-related industries 
- A/601/4461 - IT and data handling in the hair and beauty sector 
- J/601/4463 - Marketing in the hair and beauty sector 
- L/601/4464 - Public Relations (PR) in the Hair and Beauty sector 
- R/601/5342 - Research in the hair and beauty sector

What can I do next?
The VTCT Level 4 Diploma offers a progression route into a number of roles within the beauty sector.

Qualification Description
VTCT Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Beauty Therapy

Part Time Courses
Eye Lash Lift, Infill’s, Extensions
A one day course to enhance and update skills in eyelash technology

Entry Requirements
None

Fees Information
£180.00 for training plus a student kit

Assessment/Exam Information
Assessment at the end of the afternoon session

Other Information
You will be required to bring a model for the afternoon session/ assessment.

Qualification Description
Certificate of attendance 
Certified by the Beauty Guild

Gel Overlays
This is a one day course to learn how to perform gel overlays, you will learn how to complete a gel overlay.

Entry Requirements
None

Fees information
The total price is £210.00 per student.

What do I need to bring?
Attend a training day where you will learn theory and practical skills in the art of Gel Overlays.

Assessment/Exam Information
Assessment will be carried out during the day.

Other Information
This course is certified by the Guild.

What can I do next?
You will need to bring a model for the 2nd part of the afternoon so that a full set of overlays can be performed. 

IPL Refresh/Update
A one day refresher course for all IPL users.  Update technology and core information

Entry Requirements
Suitable Level 4 advanced beauty therapy practicing IPL therapists or users

Fees Information
£250.00 for full training and assessment

What do I need to bring?
Model for last session of the afternoon

Assessment/Exam Information
​Assessment and theory Knowledge

What can I do next?
Other courses available

Qualification Description
Certificated by Lyton Lasers and University of Manchester

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